BIGGEST SELECTIONBEST PRICES24/7CUSTOMER SUPPORT
Apply Filters
Sort: Popularity
Filters

Wales Tours and Trips 2017/2018

2 trips through Wales

Find the right tour for you through Wales, Europe. We’ve got 2 tours going to Wales, starting from just 7 days in length, and the longest tour is 8 days. The most popular month to go is August, which has the most number of tour departures.

  • Unlock your extra savings
  • 24/7 expert travel advice
  • Personal tour recommendations

World Touring Day Sale

Simply enter your info below and you'll be granted instant access to prices available only to TourRadar members.

ends on 30 Jun 2017
up to
$600
off

By clicking "Unlock Now" you accept our Terms & Conditions

The World Touring Day Sale starts on Tuesday 20th June 2017 and ends on Friday 30th June at 11:59PM in San Francisco PDT. Unlock this saving with your personal email address and full name. Once unlocked, the saving will be applied automatically to all applicable tour listings and your booking upon check-out. All tours from Acampora Travel, Bindlestiff Tours, Butterfield & Robinson, Cosmos, Globus, Monograms and Vagabond small group tours of Ireland are excluded from this discounted offer. Current sale pricing, promotional codes and other special offers cannot be applied toward prior purchases. Discounts can be applied on top of participating Operators discounts, but cannot be combined with any existing TourRadar discounts (Friends with Benefits, Traveller's Credits, other TourRadar Promo codes). Refunds on item(s) purchased during a sale will be calculated based on the total basket value of the item(s) kept and any discount associated with the revised total amount. TourRadar reserves the right to terminate the advertised sale without notice. For full terms and conditions, please see here.

  • Unlock your extra savings
  • 24/7 expert travel advice
  • Personal tour recommendations
Unlock World Touring Day Sale Unlock up to $600 in extra savings
ends on 30 Jun 2017
Sort by
Popularity
Lowest Price
Lowest Price/day
Duration

2 trips through Wales

Sort by

Highlights

  • Enjoy Cardiff, the capital city, where centers of rich cultural heritage sit snugly alongside outstanding monuments of contemporary life.
  • Explore the stunning beauty of splendid waterfalls, moorlands, mountain vistas, secret caves and plunging coastlines at Snowdonia National Park, Pembrokshire Coast National Park and Brecon Beacons National Park.
  • Get a glimpse of Roman fortresses, monasteries and other relics of ancient Celtic culture. See history come alive before your eyes as you see magnificent castles strewn across the countryside.
  • Climb up Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain peak in Wales. Bounce on a cave trampoline or hurtle through the air on a mile long zip line in Zip World.
  • Go down an old unused coal mine and learn more about its contribution to the Industrial Revolution.
  • Get ready to be serenaded by the soothing harmonies of a choral choir practice session in South Wales.
  • Hike or trek your way across Offa’s Dyke National Trail on the border separating Wales from Britain.
  • Feel rejuvenated as you swim in the choppy waters of Pembrokeshire surrounded by the rugged beauty of towering cliffs.

Tips

  • Learn a few basic phrases in Welsh such as ‘Bore Da’ which means ‘Good Morning’.
  • Try some of the delicious local cuisine including laverbread, Welsh rabbit and roast lamb. Your tour guide will help you find the best restaurants in town.
  • Get a taste of some real ale, the famous Wrexham lager and Penderyn Whisky at the local pub.
  • Don’t refer to the Welsh people as English since they have a great sense of individuality and ethnic pride.
  • Be prepared to encounter dramatically changing weather - a sunny day may soon turn into a gale, blizzard or a chilling fog.
  • If you love special events and festivals, attend the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts or the Brecon Jazz Festival.
  • Be careful not to use the term ‘taffy’ which is a slur and would be considered offensive.
  • Avoid asking intimate or personal questions as privacy is highly regarded in Wales.